An Intimate Evening With Ty Herndon
The artist that brought you the NUMBER ONE single, "What Mattered Most", as well as 17 other charting songs. Over 4 MILLION ALBUMS SOLD!
Diamondz is extremely proud to be able to bring you this artist, in an intimate environment that ONLY DIAMONDZ can provide to Southern Idaho.
In addition, the AMAZING Anita Cochran will be joining Ty, considered a Grand Ole Opry favorite, and sure to become one of yours as well.
And Southern Idaho's own Ron Wallis (The Fugitives) will be getting the evening started with a set that will amaze you, we're been looking forward to his performance for awhile now!
This show is 15+ with parent/guardian or 18+ otherwise. Full bar available to those 21+ with valid ID. Free ride to and from, call 644-1111 x 3. Doors open at 7pm, seating is limited, first come first served.
Tickets are $30 for general admission, $40 for reserved, which gets you a prime reserved seat and an autographed event poster.
--- TY HERNDON ---
Ty Herndon is a household name to country music fans due to his impressive string of hits that began in 1995 when Herndon's debut single, "What Mattered Most," rocketed to number one. With 17 singles that have landed him on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, numerous industry awards, and more than 4 million albums sold, one might think Herndon would be content to sit back and reflect on his career achievements. Instead, Herndon recently accepted a 2010 Dove Award for Gospel Bluegrass Recorded Song of the Year and signed a new recording deal with FUNL Music.
The Nashville label has announced Ty Herndon as its flagship artist, and released to radio "Journey On," the title single from his upcoming album. The debut single "Journey On" is representative of the message that Herndon wants to convey with the project and the track features his powerful, trademark vocals. "When I was singing songs that someone else had written, I found that I wasn't in my strongest voice" declares Herndon. "Today I can sing these songs with a strength and conviction I never knew I had because they are my songs. I am very, very proud of this record and I can't wait to share it with the world."
Herndon is back and stronger than ever in heart, voice, mind and spirit.
--- ANITA COCHRAN ---
Named after Anita Carter from the legendary Carter Family, Anita Cochran was destined for music. Though Anita was born in Pontiac, Michigan, her parents hailed from the hills of Kentucky. Anita began writing songs and became interested in producing. She landed a job at Pearl Sound Recording Studios in Canton, MI as the Studio Manager. From there she ended up in the Presidents office of Warner Bros. Records in Nashville, TN with President Jim Ed Norman. Upon that first meeting she signed with Warner Bros. Records.
Anita made history with her first release "Back To You" by being the first woman of country music to produce, write, sing and play multiple instruments including lead guitar on a debut release. She was labeled a "quadruple threat" in Nashville and became a Grand Ole Opry favorite. The cd was a critically acclaimed debut and garnished her first self written #1 song "What If I Said" ( a duet with Steve Wariner). " Anita also won the TNN/Music City Awards for "Vocal Event" and was nominated by both CMA and the ACM's.
With her 2nd release "Anita", Anita joined forces with General Motors who sponsored a tour with her based around Dale Earnhart Sr. and Nascar. GM used one of the tracks on the cd "Goodtimes" for a national campaign.
In 2010 Anita released her latest cd "Serenity". A project that is full of personal songs from Anita. "Walkin' Man" is a true story about a poor elderly man who lived in a barn near Cochran's home. Anita befriended the man and helped him live out his last days alongside some other caring neighboring friends. "Nobody Takes The Train", this song talks about the old days when life was at a slower pace. Cochran said she actually wrote the song for The Judds but always wanted to record it herself. "Better For You", a song Cochran wrote after her father was diagnosed with cancer. The title cut "Serenity" is what Cochran calls love...and the place that she says she's finally found. "I have found peace in my being, my career. I guess it comes with growing as a person".
--- RON WALLIS ---
Ron Wallis is a left-handed musician playing a wide variety of instruments and combining a variety of genres to make music appreciated by all who listen. Country, blues, or rock and roll? Ron Wallis can sing and play it all.
Ron has had music in his life since the day he was born. His father, Jim, had always played and held band practices in the family home. Ron picked up a guitar at age five and knew that music would always be in his heart and soul. Since that time he has expressed himself through the use of various instruments, simply learning by ear. Excelling with guitar, bass, keyboard, and drums Ron also plays fiddle, mandolin, and tenor sax.
He draws the attention of many local musicians and fans alike by playing "upside-down and backwards" because he is left-handed. His small-town up-bringing has made him warm-hearted, sincere, and approachable to everyone he meets.
Ron is currently expanding his horizons in the music industry. He is writing, recording, and producing his demo album, which promises to bring all of his talents to the table. With songs such as "Forever Ain't that long", steeped in country western flair with a bluesy edge, Ron brings country music to a wide variety of listeners and pleases the crowd everywhere he performs.
Diamondz Event Center (View)
220 W. Main St
Jerome, ID 83338
|Minimum Age: 15|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|